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Baker energy plan hinges on changes transportation, building

State House News Service |

A first-ever energy plan released Wednesday by the Baker administration found that Massachusetts must step up its efforts around energy efficiency.

Worcester to save $2M with new natural gas contract

Worcester is expecting to save $2 million over the course of a new three-year contract with Constellation NewEnergy to supply city facilities with 2.6 million therms of natural gas each year.

Sutton, Primetals get $2.25M MassWorks grant for gas lines

England-based metal mill manufacturer Primetals and Sutton are receiving $2.25 million in assistance from the state to help fund natural gas lines for the company's planned $28-million manufacturing...

AAA: December could bring lowest gas prices of year

State House News Service |

As oil prices tumble, Massachusetts drivers could get an early present in the form of cheaper prices for gas before they fill up the tank for holiday travel.

Gas connection halt puts development in the crosshairs

State House News Service |

The state's twin natural gas crises are now taking a toll on housing and economic development in Massachusetts.

AMSC nets $22.6M in Q2 thanks to $30M settlement payment

Thanks to the first settlement payment from a Chinese company accused of stealing the company's intellectual property, AMSC reported a 400-percent increase in second-quarter revenue.

Orsted completes Deepwater Wind acquisition

State House News Service |

Danish wind energy giant ěrsted announced on Thursday that its acquisition of Deepwater Wind has been finalized.

Ameresco completes $3.6M solar projects for Ashland

Framingham renewable and efficient energy firm Ameresco has completed a $3.6-million project for Ashland, including three solar facilities.

10 Things I Know About ... High-impact personal finance moves

Ryan Kittredge |

Take an inventory of your assets (and liabilities) to create a clear picture of your net worth and consider using aggregation software to track it over time.

City of Immigrants: Foreign-born residents have unusually large impact on Worcester's economy

Grant Welker |

Immigrants in Worcester are more likely than native citizens to start their own business and have bachelor's degrees, giving them a disproportionate share of the economy.

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